Great Sermon! John 4 is my favorite New Testament passage because I identify with that woman on so many levels and like her, as she ran into the town, oblivious of the shame, was so excited to have been found, one of the lost sheep of Israel that her Savior must needs retrieve. The Matt Chandler story had me holding my breath at the possibility that Jesus meant to redeem and lovingly hold close and restore the passed around, bruised flower that woman and so many like her, including me, had become. There is more in the love of Christ, much more than can be imagined by me and I am grateful for this word.
Living water! I have listened to this sermon twice I believe and both times I find myself yearning to have a deeper drink of this water that Jesus offers the woman at the well. Also, the woman, though feisty, had a thirst for spiritual discussion. She was brave to begin talking with him about spiritual things, her being the notorious sinner she was. The Lord is so kind and wonderful to be waiting for her there! I find this exchange fascinating and precious. I'm so grateful for the Lords interest in her, it is so personal and shoes his deep concern and love for her as well as the town. He was so kind to her.
A moving, beautiful Sermon! Your preaching is always meaningful but this subject, especially so for me. I am like many women in this nation, sinful, living in subjection and shame, much of my own making. But then the Lord came and found me. But for Jesus I'd still be living in darkness and deadness, but He came for me, just like He came for her. On purpose. With intent to KNOW her and more importantly that she should know and worship Him. How I love to hear the story. Thank you for telling it so well.
Great thrilling Sermon! This was a lively and encouraging account of the Welsh revival of 1904. It's so good. If you need a shot in the spirit as it were and an encouragement for the soul, listen with interest, it's very satisfying in it's zeal and exhortation.
Great Sermon! This is the second time I've listened to this message, and I still need it again today. This is a difficult time in my life, a time of doubting and a time when the circumstances of my life are still in a discouraging place. Back to the word and message for trying times.
Great Sermon! I am listening to this sermon in while living in a thirty five foot R.V. in the midst of failed business, a lost home, life savings and lost health. I am fifty two years old and still ailing and I don't know when this journey will come to it's close. God help me to find hope and strength through this lonely dark night.